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Calix to present 'Owning the Connected Home: A Service Provider Imperative' at FTTX Council Conference

Johannesburg, 17 Sep 2019
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Thomas Martin, principal solutions engineer, global sales at Calix, will present at FTTX Council Conference in Johannesburg, South Africa, on 8 October 2019. He will focus his discussion on service providers’ and carriers’ ability to take advantage of revenue opportunities tied to the connected/smart home.

His “Owning the Connected Home:  A Service Provider Imperative” presentation will educate service providers on how to capitalise on revenue growth opportunities tied to connected devices and the smart home. The service providers that deliver fibre broadband and managed WiFi over an open software platform have the unique ability to provide an exceptional subscriber experience, increase operating margins, and own the smart home. Now is the optimal time.

Martin has more than 20 years of experience in helping service providers solve their access network challenges. He focuses on Europe, the Middle East and Africa. He is a long-term member of the FTTH Council Europe, having served as vice-chair of the Deployment and Operations Committee and as vice-chair of the FTTH council MENA.

FTTX Council Conference is Africa’s premier FTTX event, and as a leading provider of solutions for African Open Access fibre providers, Calix is proud to participate in this conference as a Silver Sponsor. Calix will also be in booth S2 and have representatives available to meet on site.

Click here to schedule a meeting with Calix Africa representatives.

Click here to view FTTX Council Conference 2019 details.

Calix is the leading global provider of the cloud and software platforms, systems and services required to deliver the unified access network and smart premises of tomorrow. Our platforms and services help innovative communications service providers master and monetise the complex infrastructure between their subscribers and the cloud. 

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